ESTEC

AcronymDefinition
ESTECEuropean Space Research and Technology Centre (ESA)
ESTECEuropean Solar Thermal Energy Conference
ESTECEnergy Systems Technology and Education Center (Idaho State University)
ESTECEuropean Space and Technology Center (European Space Agency)
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[20.] Matsuo, S., Ikeda, E., Ito, Y., and Nishiura, H., , "The New Toyota Inline 4 Cylinder 1.8L ESTEC 2ZR-FXE Gasoline Engine for Hybrid Car," SAE Technical Paper 2016-01-0684, 2016, doi:10.4271/2016-01-0684.
Before leaving Earth a decade ago, to journey 800 million km from the Sun, Rosetta underwent a complete test campaign at ESA's Technical Centre (ESTEC) in the Netherlands - the largest spacecraft testing facility in Europe.
William O'Mullane moved up the satellite chain from control systems in the European Space Operations Centre to the science end of the missions in ESTEC and discovered Gaia.
(b) European Space Agency, ESTEC, Keplerlaan 1, 2200 AG Noordwijk ZH, The Netherlands
MISSION X 2013: It has been an excellent year to Train like an Astronaut, and NASA EDGE joined the Mission X Team during their end of the year activities at ESTEC in the Netherlands.
The first of the 22 Full Operational Capability (FOC) satellites passed acoustic testing designed to simulate the conditions it will have to withstand during launch in "Europe's largest sound system" at the European Space Agency's ESTEC test centre in Noordwijk.
Hartnagel, "Surface treatment and coating for the reduction of multipactor and passive intermodulation (PIM) effects in RF components," 4th International Workshop on Multipactor, Corona, and Passive Intermodulation in Space RF Hardware, ESTEC, Sep.
We would like to express gratitude towards the Mars Society, ILEWG Euro Moon Mars field research programme, ESA/ ESTEC, L'Ecole de LAir, Dr.
Washington, April 15 ( ANI ): The ExoMars Entry, Descent and Landing Demonstrator Module (EDM) structural model has been subjected to a series of intense shaker tests at ESA's European Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk, the Netherlands, to simulate the rigours of launching into space.
The unit has been undergoing tests itself at the European Space Agency (ESA) space test centre Estec in the Netherlands.
The currently available version can be obtained upon request from ESTEC (within member state entities).
- Tim Harper from the Netherlands; one of the authorities of ESTEC in the Netherlands, who has many experiences in managerial issues and nanotechnology researches.